Apr 15 2019

Kong Seung-Yeon cast in JTBC drama series “Flower Crew: Joseon Matchmaking Maneuver Agency”

Kong Seung-Yeon is cast for the lead female role in JTBC drama series “Flower Crew: Joseon Matchmaking Maneuver Agency” (literal title) co-starring Kim Min-Jae. For the drama series, Kong Seung-Yeon will play Gae-Ddong. Her character has to be tough to make money and she does things like chopping firewood and carrying rice bags. She is the first love of Lee Soo (Seo Ji-Hoon) who is now a king.

“Flower Crew: Joseon Matchmaking Maneuver Agency” first airs September 2, 2019 in South Korea.

Apr 13 2019

Teaser trailer for tvN drama series “Arthdal Chronicles”

First teaser trailer added for tvN drama series “Arthdal Chronicles” starring Song Joong-Ki, Jang Dong-Gun and Kim Ji-Won. The teaser starts with a voice citing the name of “Ta-Gon,” which is the character played by Jang Dong-Gun, and then Song Joong-Ki’s voice asks “Where is he?” The other voice answers “He is in Arthdal” and then Song Joong-Ki’s voice repeats “Arthdal.” Caption at the 3 second mark states in Korean “Here is the beginning of everything” and then at the 7 second mark states “If they survive, they will become legends.”

The teaser trailer also confirms that “Arthdal Chronicles” will first air June, 2019 in South Korea.

Apr 12 2019

Yeon Woo-Jin, Kim Se-Jeong, Song Jae-Rim & Park Ji-Yeon cast in KBS2 drama series “Let Me Hear Your Song”

Yeon Woo-Jin and Kim Se-Jeong (‘Gugudan’) are cast for lead roles in KBS2 drama series “Let Me Hear Your Song” (literal title). Song Jae-Rim and Park Ji-Yeon (‘T-ara’) are also cast for major supporting roles in the drama series. “Let Me Hear Your Song” will fall into the mystery & romantic-comedy genres, revolve around members of an orchestra and a murder that took place.

“Let Me Hear Your Song” will first air July, 2019 (takes over KBS2’s Monday & Tuesday 10PM time slot after “Perfume.”

Apr 9 2019

Trailer for Netflix drama series “Because It’s My First Love”

Trailer added for Netflix drama series “Because It’s My First Love” (literal title) starring Ji Soo, Jung Chae-Yeon, Jin Young (B1A4), Choi Ri and Kang Tae-Oh. The trailer starts off with Jung Chae-Yeon as Song-Yi stating in Korean “I have someone I like … but it’s a secret.” Meanwhile, here are 5 character posters for the drama series.

“Because It’s My First Love” will be available to stream from April 18, 2019.

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Apr 9 2019

Nana cast in KBS2 drama series “Justice”

Nana from idol group “After School” is cast in KBS2 drama series “Justice” co-starring Choi Jin-Hyuk and Son Hyun-Joo. For the drama series, Nana will play lead female character Seo Yeon-A. She works as a prosecutor and is full of justice. She is known as a ticking bomb at the Seoul Central District Prosecutor’s Office due to her personality of going after anyone that has broken the law.

“Justice” first airs July, 2019 in South Korea.

Apr 9 2019

Moon Geun-Young cast in tvN drama series “Catch Yoo-Ryung”

Moon Geun-Young is cast for upcoming tvN drama series “Catch Yoo-Ryung” (literal title) co-starring Kim Sun-Ho. For the drama series, Moon Geun-Young will play title character Yoo-Ryung. She is a rookie detective and begins to work at the Seoul Subway Police Station in Wangsimni, Seoul. Meanwhile Kim Sun-Ho will play Ko Ji-Seok. He is a 3rd year detective and works with Yoo-Ryung at the Seoul Subway Police Station.

“Catch Yoo-Ryung” will first air sometime during the second half of this year in South Korea.

Apr 8 2019

Han Suk-Kyu, Seo Kang-Joon and Kim Hyun-Joo cast in OCN drama series “Watcher”

Han Suk-Kyu, Seo Kang-Joon and Kim Hyun-Joo are cast for lead roles in OCN drama series “Watcher.” All three performers will play members of an internal affairs investigation team for the police. Their backgrounds are different on why they joined the team. Han Suk-Kyu will play former detective Do Chi-Gwang. He is the leader of the internal affairs team. Seo Kang-Joon will play former police officer Kim Young-Koon. Lastly, Kim Hyun-Joo will play former prosecutor/lawyer Han Tae-Joo.

“Watcher” will first air sometime during the second half of this year in South Korea.